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Program Costs

Rollins Approved Semester Programs

Students will be billed for a standard double room on-campus and standard Rollins tuition. This total amount covers tuition, housing, orientation, included program activities and excursions, emergency insurance and program administration. Meal costs vary by program. Refer to individual semester program webpages for details. 

Rollins Approved Summer Programs and Field Studies

Each program is different. Refer to the specific program webpage to determine exactly what costs are covered and what additional costs you may incur.  

Holt Students participating in a College of Liberal Arts field study course pay the same program price as CLA students. Holt students participating in a Holt-specific field study course pay a program fee and standard Holt tuition. 

Non-Rollins Programs

Students who participate in a Non-Rollins program will pay Rollins a non-refundable administrative fee:  

  • $750 for semester programs  
  • $75 for summer and intersession programs 

The fee covers advising and assistance provided by International Programs and other offices on campus, transfer and review of credits, and emergency insurance.  

Students on non-Rollins programs pay all program costs directly to the host university and/or provider. 

Other Costs

On all programs, you will encounter additional costs that may include visa, books, linens and laundry, personal hygiene, entertainment and recreation, weekend trips, souvenirs, other personal expenses, or extended travel during breaks or before/after the term. Additional costs vary widely depending on location, cost of living , current exchange rate, and other factors.  


  • There is a $30 non-refundable application fee for study abroad. This fee covers office administration and helps support study abroad scholarships. Once you start the RIPA process, you will be automatically charged this fee. DO NOT BEGIN YOUR APPLICATION UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO APPLY! 
  • All charges for semester study abroad programs will be applied to your regular semester bill.  
  • Charges for Field Study and Summer programs are applied to your student account as follows:  
          - November for winter programs 
          - December for spring break programs 
          - April for summer programs

Refund and Cancellation Policy

Payment of all program fees and tuition must be made by the communicated deadline. International Programs (IP) will retain $500 in all cases of withdrawal; beyond that, IP will retain all non-recoverable expenses IP has committed to and/or incurred on the student’s behalf; in cases of withdrawal from a Semester Approved Program, the College of Liberal Arts refund and cancellation policies will also be considered when determining refund amounts and pro-rated financial aid. If a student has received a scholarship through International Programs, the scholarship will be rescinded. Should the program be canceled by Rollins College, IP will make every attempt to recuperate all possible funds on behalf of the students. However, there is no guarantee that all funds can be recovered.  

Tuition Remission

Tuition remission is available for dependents of Rollins faculty and staff. Students who receive tuition remission at Rollins may apply that remission to one (1) Rollins or Rollins-approved study away program during their academic career at the College:  

  • Approved Semester Programs: tuition remission applies to the full Rollins College tuition charge less any funding from the Florida Resident Access Grant.  
  • Approved Summer programs: tuition charges range from $600 to $3,000 depending on the program. 
  • Field Studies: tuition remission applies only to the embedded course credit and administrative fee, which ranges from $430-$830 depending on the number of credits.  

Rollins students receiving tuition remission may participate in multiple study abroad programs; however, tuition remission can only be applied to one (1) study abroad program. For example, if a student receiving tuition remission plans to participate in one field study and one semester program during their time at Rollins, tuition remission will only apply to one of those programs. It is in the student’s best interest to apply tuition remission to the program with the highest amount of tuition--in this case, the semester program.